BEST WESTERN PLUS Salinas Valley Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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5 days of dirt down the drain....... and the charging of electronics, lots and lots of electronics.
Sad to say but everything was dead and there wasn't enough spaces in the power strip to charge them all at once. That's sad we have so many devices taking up ...
... get as close to the coastline as possible.
The most iconic point is of course the (trade marked!!!) Lonely Cypress that's been sitting on a semi-detached rock for some 250 years. This must be the single most photographed tree ever...
17 Mile Drive is a nice a slow affair and after a few hours we head back to Monterey to check out Cannery Row and the Cannery Row ...
... San Diego. There are plenty of kids playing about in it so they are a lot braver than us. A little stroll on the beach and we get back on the road. We head to Santa Cruz but stop at various points along the coast to take pictures and take in the amazing views.
Santa Cruz is beautiful as we drive in. The houses and shopping areas look really nice and somewhere great to live. We want to get to the Santa Cruz ...
... has run out of plan and not worth renewing for only a few more days. We heard of some great viewing spots for photos of San Fran at night. Rich and Julie ..take note..our camera did not do the view justice..but I am sure yours will...I want some stitch photos from the stitch queen! First stop...go across Bay Bridge and at end turn left onto Treasure Island (Yerba Buena...old name for San Fran). Great view of Bay ...
... famous 17 mile drive, so we dutifully paid our $10 and started along. For the $10, we got a map that showed the highlights, including the Lone Cypress tree, the symbol of Pebble Beach, the "Bird Rock" that clearly had been enjoyed by birds through many of their gastrointestinal cycles (pew!), and some pretty impressive houses. We stopped in Pebble Beach, touring the Golf Club’s shops and not even being tempted to ...